Tomica Mazda CX-5 and Type R Feb release
Tomica Jan 2021 Release
Tomica Dec 2020 Red Box Release
Lamley's toy car historian ranks his 10 best additions in 2020
2020 mark close to one year of my modest contribution to the Lamley page covering the latest Tomica releases including many of my favourites from other makers. I have fun along side with my fellow contributors including all the chats around the clock. Let's cut to the chase with the breakdown of my top 10 …
Tomica Perfect Collaboration.
Model: Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Honda Civic EF9 SiR II Group A (plain version) Line: Hong Kong Exclusive Ebay link: Tomica Hong Kong EF9 Sometimes in the diecast world, it's hard to keep up. These days we are more than well served by a myraid of different brands. New releases, teasers, colour changes and more …
Tomica latest Daihatsu Rocky and Mazda 3 Release.
The wide array of 1/64 flowing in to the Lamley office:
Tomica New Release for October
This little Prince Clipper by Tomica Limited Vintage is too good to ignore.
Tomica latest September Release.
Tomica August Release with RAV4 and Fire Command Suzuki Hustler
A feature on the Apita Fairlady Z which replaces the Toyota 2000GT for the world flag series.
The mail call is a bit more of a rarity these days in my household. Bills, mortgage, food. Day to day life means the diecast collecting (especially for the more expensive brands) is sporadic at the very best. But sometimes I have a little bit left over to treat myself and given Tomica just released one of my favourite Kei trucks of all time, I decided now was a good time.
Tomica's Turbo Toyota Celica rules the boost roost.
The only Redbox Release for July and a refreshing facelift for Tomica Honda Fit.
Drawing out the classics of decades past.
ready for an overview of the Lancia Delta in 1:64 scale ? Have a good cup of coffee and travel with me in the Lancia Delta world !
The Jaguar XJ-S was one of the most recognizable touring cars of the 1980s. Tomica’s Group A model was based on an XJ-S casting that had been around in street trim since 1978 and featured an authentic but obscure racing livery.
June 27, 2020 - by Doug Breithaupt One of the best things about sharing our common hobby of toy cars is that even after 35 years of collecting, the surprises keep happening. Almost every time I share a story with readers, someone provides comments that enlighten me and often send me in search of models …
Tomica's Limited Vintage Hinos have been some of the most desirable 1/64s of the past few years. Monsters, full of tiny details, opening trailers and oozing with retro Japanese chic. And the demand has been high, prices have quickly risen to the point where to some of us they have fast become unobtanium. But today we're not going to be serving up any more (highly deserved) hyperbole on those. We're taking a little step back into the Japanese brand's back catalogue to look at the one of the ancestors of the modern TLVN Hinos.
A feature on the latest Tomica May release with the pair of Skyline and Toyota Hiace.
A feature on the latest Dream Tomica Fast and Furious Toyota Supra pair release driven by Paul Walker and Han.